JetBlue Growing to Europe? Graphic and CEO/EVP Comments Say It’s Possible!

by Adam

JetBlue had their second quarter earnings call this morning and comments from both the CEO and EVP as well as a graphic shared on the airline’s twitter account seem to indicate that Europe is definitely a future possibility.  JetBlue noted on the call that in 2019 they will have the option to covert A321neo orders into the long-range A321LR.

JetBlue’s CEO said that “this enhanced airplane type could well be a game changer for us and provide the ability for JetBlue flights Europe from other East Coast focused cities should we choose to do so”. Meanwhile, the executive vice president of planning said “…as Robin alluded, the 321LR could be the leap allowing us to leverage our relevance in the East Coast focused cities and accelerate launching service to Europe. We are not formally committing to this fleet type and we are not ready to announce anything today, but we are excited about the optionality and the potential opportunity.”

…and then there was the tweet below with the words “new possibilities” and an arrow pointed towards Europe.

Related: JetBlue Sale with One-Way Fares from Only $39


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Charles July 26, 2016 - 4:15 pm

Not so easy.
International destinations will require some meal service, not just blue chips. This requires training and reconfiguring galley space, possibly losing some seats.
There are months of lower yield and no yield; are they going to start and stop? Other airlines have the capacity to add flights and seasonally change from 380 to 330.


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